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groom
gruːm
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A man who has recently been married.
  2. A man participant in his own marriage ceremony.
  3. Someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses.
(动) As a verb
  1. Care for one's external appearance.
  2. Give a neat appearance to.
  3. Educate for a future role or function.
Hyphenationgroom
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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新郎xīnlángbridegroom; groom
男仆nánpúhamal
推荐tuījiànto recommend; recommendation
修饰xiūshìto decorate; to adorn; to dress up; to polish (a written piece); to qualify or modify (grammar)
马夫mǎfūgroom; stable lad; horsekeeper; pimp; procurer
圉人yǔrénhorse trainer; groom
修整xiūzhěngto spruce up; to renovate; to tend (a garden); to groom (one's hair); to finish (a rough surface); to trim (a lawn); to touch up (a photo)
培训péixùnto cultivate; to train; to groom; training
培养péiyǎngto cultivate; to breed; to foster; to nurture; to educate; to groom (for a position); education; fostering; culture (biology)
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